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Page directive for asp compatiblity

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I have some classic asp code that I want to keep in an aspx page, what
is the page directive to use to keep the aspx page asp compatible?
Thanks
Chumley

Nov 19 '05 #1
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Chumley:

You might be thinking of the aspcomat attribute, but this is only useful
if you are using COM interop from the page - it doesn't help run ASP code.

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Scott
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I have some classic asp code that I want to keep in an aspx page, what
is the page directive to use to keep the aspx page asp compatible?
Thanks
Chumley

Nov 19 '05 #2

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If your page is asp.net page, then you can use aspcompat page directive. To
know more about that, check out this article.
http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/boo...pchap/6667.asp

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I have some classic asp code that I want to keep in an aspx page, what
is the page directive to use to keep the aspx page asp compatible?
Thanks
Chumley

Nov 19 '05 #3

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